The villain on this season of “The Bachelor” has made herself known. Corinne Olympios, a 24-year-old business woman who has no shame about having a nanny or the lengths she’ll go to to win over Nick Viall, has been clear that she’s not on the ABC dating show to make friends and this season’s leading man is all about it.

In a People magazine blog post, Nick opened up about the scene from Season 21, episode 3 that had Bachelor Nation buzzing after it aired Monday night. After Nick arrived at the house to apologize to the cast for being secretive about he and Liz Sandoz’s past, the Miami native attempted to ease his mind by sharing a private moment with him in the yard with a trench coat on and whipped cream in her hand. “The Bachelor” star praised Corinne for being “bold, sexy and unique,” adding that she’s “full of surprises.” He also set the record straight about the steamy moment, revealing that she wasn’t naked, though it certainly looked that way to viewers.

“Did I ever expect to find myself in front of the ‘Bachelor’ mansion with a woman in a trench coat? Never,” he wrote. “But Corinne is bold, sexy and unique…so I kind of just ran with it for a moment. I also want to point out she wasn’t naked, even though it might appear that way.”

While Nick is clearly a big fan of Corinne, he was not OK with her behavior during other portions of episode 3. “The Bachelor” went on to say that he knew — from his many personal experiences — that rose ceremonies are a struggle, but felt that Corinne should have attended. Nick suggested that showing up is just a matter of “respect” for the rest of the cast.

“I never wanted Corinne to find herself with a target on her back. But sleeping through a rose ceremony didn’t help her.”

Nick may have to come to Corinne’s defense once more following episode 4 of “The Bachelor.” According to spoiler blogger Reality Steve, she will stir up drama in the house during a cocktail party. Issues will reportedly arise when Taylor begins psychoanalyzing her “Bachelor” co-stars, calling Corinne “emotionally unintelligent.” It’s safe to say the pair, who confronted one another shortly after “The Bachelor” kicked off, are no longer “OK.”

Corinne has not spoken out about the whipped cream incident, but has been vocal about her portrayal on this season of “The Bachelor.” On Jan. 10, she addressed her haters in a post on Instagram. Corinne claimed she was being herself, and for that she would never apologize. She maintained that she was only being aggressive in her pursuit of Nick in an effort to maximize the amount of time she was able to spend with him. In closing, Corinne reminded “The Bachelor” viewers that she is “only human,” asking that they keep their negativity to themselves.

“The Bachelor” airs Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.